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Report: County’s property tax roll reaches $320B

Property values throughout Riverside County rose nearly 6% last year to $320.4 billion, with houses making up the largest share of the valuation, according...

Wave of evictions expected as moratoriums end in many states

Regina Garcia Cano and Michael Casey, The Associated Press Kelyn Yanez used to clean homes during the day and wait tables at night in the Houston...

Riverside County home prices set to grow amid coronavirus pandemic

RIVERSIDE (CNS) - Home prices in Riverside County have shown little impact from the coronavirus pandemic and are poised to tick up in the...
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Nonprofit organizations try to find a way through coronavirus crisis

Nonprofit organizations in southwest Riverside County are accustomed to providing services to the community’s most vulnerable, working face to face and shoulder to shoulder...

Pandemic activity drives home-buying activity down, real estate agents say

It’s still far too early to tell what impact the coronavirus pandemic will have on the housing market. If the crisis is over quickly, if...
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Cities, county scramble to find shelter for homeless in COVID-19 pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic, while threatening those aged, pregnant or medically compromised, is seen as a serious threat to the growing homeless population in southwest...
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Lower interest, Realtor access likely biggest immediate impacts from coronavirus

The most likely immediate impacts the coronavirus epidemic will have on the real estate market are lower interest rates and lessened access to Realtors. “We...

Lake Elsinore family gets historic home in Habitat for Humanity project

A Lake Elsinore family has a new home thanks to Habitat for Humanity. Rita Barringer and her four sons, along with numerous local officials and...

Hemet City Council waives recognized veteran organizations’ in-house liquor bar permit fees

A round of applause followed the Hemet City Council’s unanimous decision to waive the conditional use permit fees for local veterans’ groups seeking to...

San Jacinto Council voices opposition to Sacramento’s SB 50 housing bill

The ramifications of California Senate Bill 50 and the reasons why cities should oppose it was the center of a short San Jacinto City...